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  • Takes a bit of learning, and on my old computer, a bit slow...but marvellous once you get the hang of it.

  • Plugin seemed not to work with the avr make.exe under Windows 8.1 (Windows 8 works). Tested with Juno + Kepler + Kepler-32Bit. An other make.exe (from Sourcery_CodeBench_Lite_for_ARM_EABI) fixed it. Armin

  • Great toll, thanks for all!

  • Reliable and runs smoothly

  • Reliable and runs smoothly

  • I can confirm that this plugin works for Juno. I have the build-id: 20120614-1722 and I am able to write, compile and download with this plug-in to an ATmega328P. Remember to switch to the C/C++ Perspective to get the AVR buttons to appear as after restarting the IDE is set to the Java Perspective.

  • Did anybody try the plugin on the latest juno release? (the one that comes with fedora 17 electronics lab ). I think it isnt working. I mean the AVR menu is not showing up after restarting eclipse. I also dont see the additional consoles that comes for interrut and part reference in the bottom. Did somebody give a try ?

  • Excellent work.

  • I use it all day for every AVR Project. (at the moment I try AVReclipse.2.4.0.beta) Thank you very much indeed.

  • Latest version doesn't seem to work with MacOS but 2.3.1 does.

  • Installed with MacOS 10.5.8, Eclipse 3.6 and a new tool chain. Eclipse recognizes the existence of the AVR Plugin, but nothing shows in the new project dialog. I'm sure I'd love to work with this - if I could get it to work!

    1 user found this review helpful.
  • The best IDE for AVR projects, even better than some commercial products.

  • A really usefull project, that really simplify the AVR project development on linux.